Brock-Burrum's group chat was buzzing after their thrilling win away to CDHBU.
The Saints had only won one of their previous six games and they trailed at half-time before coming back to win 35-32.
"This will give the girls such a confidence boost," coach Tahlea Herekiuha said. "It lifted them completely and they're all still on a high.
"Our group chat's been going off all night!
"As much as I can coach them at training and put the line-up in on court, they played for each other on that court and it proved they are worthy of wins."
Victory means Brock-Burrum are now level on points with Murray Magpies and CDHBU, although it was a game which could have gone either way.
"They were all a bit too excited because it was such a close game," Herekiuha said.
"We were making little mistakes but they pulled themselves together and played a very slow and composed game. It could sometimes have taken us 15 passes to get a goal but it still worked.
"I didn't want to show my emotions but I was excited on the inside. My heart was pounding and I was like 'can it end already?'"
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Brittni Williams, playing just three months after giving birth, had a superb game in centre while Jemima Dunston was best-on-ground.
"Jemima came to me at half-time and she was like 'I don't know what to do' because her defender was very much playing body on," Herekiuha said.
"I just said to her 'start back on the line, move your feet a little bit more and just work around her' and she did that in the second half."
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